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WEAR YOUR NAMETAG. The teacher will appreciate being able to identify you by name.

 

BE ON TIME. This includes promptly returning from breaks or lunch. Arrive early enough to set up and be ready to start when class starts. If you do arrive late, please take a seat in the back of the room and wait for the teacher to recognize you. Do not disrupt the class while getting settled.   Notify the teacher if you have to leave class early.

 

BE PREPARED. Bring supplies listed for the workshop and your survival kit of regular stitching supplies. If pre-stitching or homework is assigned, have it completed.

 

LISTEN CAREFULLY to the teacher. If you do not understand, or need assistance, ask for help from the teacher after she has finished her explanation. Do not ask your neighbor.

 

ASK QUESTIONS. Do not be afraid to ask questions about your class project. Remember, however, this is a group project. Do not monopolize the teacher's time or discuss unrelated personal needlework projects.

 

KEEP CONVERSATION TO A MINIMUM and restrict it to the class project. Excessive talking is distracting to the teacher and classmates.

 

RESPECT COPYRIGHT LAWS. Workshop directions are not to be copied or taught without written permission from the teacher.

 

NO SMOKING, FOOD OR DRINK is allowed in the work or display areas. Don't touch other's needlework unless invited to do so and then only if your hands are clean.

 

IF YOU ARE NOT A STUDENT IN THE WORKSHOP, do not "visit" during class period. Such visits are disruptive to the teacher and to those who have paid for the privilege of benefiting from the class. If you must come to the classroom, arrange to do so during the lunch break and leave when the class reconvenes.

 

 

THANK THE TEACHER!

 

 
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